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  1. 2 points
    work is definitely moving on a new version.
  2. 1 point
    Hello All, This will serve as a formal forum announcement that we have released the version 1.0.8 update for the Cessna 310L. All customers who have purchased the Cessna 310L up till now have been sent an e-mail by X-Aviation with complete instructions on how to obtain your update. We have made this a very simple process! For those that purchase the Cessna 310L from today forward, your purchased download will already be updated to version 1.0.8 for you. What if I didn't get the update e-mail? If you did not receive your update e-mail don't fret! X-Aviation has updated our system to allow all customers to update with ease, regardless of whether you received an e-mail for the update! Here's what to do: 1. Login to your X-Aviation account here: https://www.x-aviation.com/catalog/account_history.php 2. Find your original Cessna 310L download and re-download the file. It will download as the latest version! The following is a list of additions/fixes included: What's New / Changed: ADF needle now reacts to aircraft heading ADF Gain needle reacts when the tuned frequency is in range ADF thousandths dial is more visible Transponder interrogation light fixed Autopilot Vertical velocity is set to zero when the white line in the center of the VS wheel is clicked (New VS to zero commands) Autopilot switches behavior corrected, now they won't move on their own (New AP commands) Aircraft elevator tunned. Now it should be 20% less sensitive and up to aircraft specifications Interior Texture fixes New Autopilot Popup Window New Avionics options. Now, in "weight and balance" popup, you can select the GPS configuration between no GPS, single Garmin 430, single Garmin 530 or Dual Garmin 430/530 As always, thanks for being a customer with X-Aviation. We appreciate your feedback and support! Enjoy these latest updates, and stay tuned to the forum as we continually announce the latest happenings.
  3. 1 point
    It won't, actually. The reason is because unless ORBX specifically creates object textures for TerraMaxx (free for them to do) then you'll see the same season around their scenery year round. Maybe nudge them?
  4. 1 point
    It crashes for you. It works for the other 99.99% of people. File a support ticket and maybe we can figure out what's wrong with your pc.
  5. 1 point
    I'm happy to assist others in writing one, but I don't plan on doing it myself. While I would consider shared-cockpit a core feature requirement for an airliner, the TBM is almost never flown multi-crew, so that puts the feature rather low on the priority list from a realism perspective. And a second reason is that the airplane runs tons of randomizing code that gives it the "organic" feel of every flight being different, every system responding a little different to inputs, etc. Replicating that between two nodes would be a major undertaking and I'm not really sure is even practically possible (at least to my requirement of stability & usability) by using smartcopilot's simple dataref syncing approach. I suspect it would take a much more integrated approach that would talk to the internals of the systems simulation directly.
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    So as you fine folks may already know, in our usual style of going completely overboard on the level of detail, a few weeks back I've implemented a custom VHF radio signal propagation model. This means, NAV radios (VOR, LOC, GS and DME) are all simulating things such as terrain masking, terrain diffraction, tropospheric scattering, etc. The underlying computational model is based on the NTIA Irregular Terrain Model (ITM), an industry-standard model used for things like radio tower planning. The simulation includes a built-in analytics display that allows you to check the terrain profile being used by the radio model (please note, the image below isn't hand-painted, it updates in real time as you fly): What's recently new is that I re-implemented the ADF and standalone DME radios as well. So the entire radio complement in the TBM is as follows: Two VOR/LOC/DME radio. One ADF radio One standalone DME radio That involved re-implementing all course deviation needles and the DME tuning pages on the PFD. All features of the real G1000 are simulated, even some of the more odd ones: ADF, ANT, ADF/BFO and ANT/BFO reception modes. This is reflected in the audio ID portion, including the continuous tone you hear in BFO mode when no ADF signal is being received. All DME tuning modes simulated, so NAV1 slaved, NAV2 slaved and HOLD. Allows for flying the more bizarre approaches, such as NDB/DME. Intercom audio routing from the radios is properly implemented, so NAV1 & NAV2 buttons route the audio ID for the NAV1/2 VOR/LOC portion, the DME button routes the standalone DME radio audio (including 1250 Hz square-wave tone, instead of 1kHz sine wave) and the ADF radio routes the ADF radio audio (including proper tone & background noise behavior depending on reception mode).
  7. 1 point
    The world goes crazy. May be later somebody help me in my wish to have an exelent aircraft with biautiful WINGFLEX. You guys can futher play even with 2d panel.
  8. 1 point
    Я рад за тебя. Молодец.
  9. 1 point
    It seems to me , that you all guys have interest in defending you friends developers. We can eat without spoons and knifes too, but I dont think you do this, like we can fly without wingflex. But nowdays it is important to have wingflex. If you dont want it go to Xplane 5 and fly on windows 95. I wonder , why you write something here and make developers never even think about wingflex. Shame on you !
  10. 1 point
    X-Crafts has released a big update for their Embraer 175 product. This brings the product up to version 1.1, and the changes in this update include: E175 v1.1 changelog:- Ground equipment and pushback options are now restored after landing (more details below)- The winglets can now be changed through a plugin menu- There are now 12 liveries included in the package and 21 additional liveries available here - total of 33 Liveries- More details and dirt added to all liveries included in the package - SASL updated to version 2.4 - Engine start sounds fixed- Cockpit windows are fixed (the glass of the windows wasn't moving)- New avionics sounds- New chrono clock- Reverse now works separately with hardware throttle- Clicking spots on the MFD are all bigger now - very easy to click on all the buttons- Vertical ILS diamonds fixed- CRS indicator in PFD is now working- GPU can now be turned on and off on the overhead panel- ATHR can only be engaged after takeoff- Cursor changed when changing the range in MAP Options menu. (TIP: You can also change the range directly from the range indicator in the map!)- windshield was shiny in the middle- VOR bearing pointer added to the NAV map- Alitalia livery has many added details- Flap sounds inside are too loud- Updated xfmc and xchecklist config files- Fans were rotating in the wrong direction- The lights on the new winglets also illuminate the surroundings now- Big misplaced nav lights on winglets corrected- Artifitial horizon was showing wrong values- N E S W highlighted on the FMS- The little black line on the EFIS horizon is gone FMS changes:1. Corrected ability to override warning that a flight plan .fms file exists when selecting a filename to use when saving the current route. 2. Corrected coding that does not properly detect and reject waypoint misplacement if the waypoint is an NDB, and a VOR with the same NAVID is found before the plugin finds the correct NDB waypoint. 3. Corrected display of the FLT PLAN page when no waypoints have been loaded. 4. Added ability to read tail.txt files, placed in livery folders, allowing the RADIO 1 page to display the actual tail number for the aircraft depicted in the livery. The maximum number of characters that can currently be displayed is eight (8). (Default is ERJ-175). More info regarding the plugin changes:1. Added X-Plane plugin menu item that will allow the user to select the type of winglets that are to be used. This persists from X-Plane session to session by use of config file. If the config file is not found at first, one is created and the default winglets are used. 2. Ground equipment and pushback options are now restored following a flight, subject to the following conditions: a. The aircraft has flown, detected by reaching an altitude AGL of at least 100 feet. b. Ground speed is zero. c. The parking brake has been set.
  11. 1 point
    More work on the huey I showed last post and here I am sitting with a single 670... well at least I have a render farm... EDIT: and
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  13. 1 point

    Version v1.01

    1,033 downloads

    I had a day off today, so I decided to mess a bit with the poorly detailed moon that sits quietly in our virtual skies. So I give you MOON, my first HD Enhancement Pack. This package makes use of high definition textures that have been carefully processed to ensure a pleasant and beautiful experience, and will bring life, depth and detail in the simulator. Videomakers may get creative with this powerful and compelling storytelling element. This addon has been designed with you in mind. Includes XP9 and XP10 textures : 1k, 2k and 4k DDS. Please see the included Read Me for more info.
  14. 0 points
    Given you've posted once here to complain about this "broken product" instead of reaching out for support its safe to say you are full of it.... Stop trying to cloud up XP it's sad.... Of course if you are having an issue the guys here are more thsn willing to help....
  15. -1 points
    I think it looks even better than PMDG.
  16. -1 points
    Ok guy's, have fun CANARSIE VOR approach to RWY 13L at JFK http://de.flightaware.com/resources/airport/JFK/IAP/VOR+OR+GPS+RWY+13L_R/pdf
  17. -1 points
    Wow!! Hats off, excellent project IXEG team.
  18. -1 points
    Wow five posts and -15 reputation. You really should take the hint. Now I am off to fly the IXEG, from the pilots seat, where I cannot see nor even care if the wings are flexing because its much more fun flying the thing.
  19. -1 points

    Version v1.0

    5,536 downloads

    This package features high definition, weathered textures that have been carefully crafted to make low resolution signage a thing of the past. For your convenience, 3 versions are provided (muted, balanced, vibrant), with slight color differences. Pick your favourite ! Includes XP9 and XP10 2k and 4k DDS textures. Please see the included Read Me for install instructions and details.
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  21. -1 points
    Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
  22. -1 points
    We decided against it because the mechanical autopilot engagement paddles are getting "locked in off" everytime the yoke is deflected by a magnetic solenoid - generating a constant clicking noise during manual flight. This would confuse and aggravate the majority of our customers, leading to constant questions and complaints. Cheers, Jan
  23. -1 points
    Yes, it's dead, can't even get it to work, everytime I plan the preflight (selecting the panel state and loading the fuel) it crashes to desktop ... incredible to pay for a broken product and nothing is done about it
  24. -1 points
    I actually requested this earlier good to know i´m not the only one wanting this feature. however, the 737-200 has the same clicking noise. i actually like it.
  25. -1 points
    If you use projectfly then that's the culprit, it has been reported by someone.
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